Language, Culture & Mind vol.

Suzanne Kemmer kemmer at
Sat Oct 23 00:33:53 UTC 2004

The page numbers were wandering a bit on the last version
of this I sent--so I will try again with (hopefully) better formatting. 

Language, Culture and Mind
edited by Michel Achard and Suzanne Kemmer
Stanford: CSLI Publications, 2004

Introduction											xv
Suzanne Kemmer and Michel Achard

1	Language, Culture, and Mind in Comparative Perspective 		1
	John A. Lucy
2	To Awaken a Sleeping Giant: Cognition and Culture in			23
	September 11 Political Cartoons
	Benjamin Bergen
3	Affect in Language Interpretation						37
	Melinda Chen
4	Development of Community in Computer Mediated
	Communication: A Social Network Analysis				55
	Barbara F. Kelly and Christine A. Halverson
5	The Status of Clause and VP in Spoken Indonesian;			67
	Evidence from Repair
	Fay Wouk
6	The Cognitive Linguistics of Scalar Humor					79
	Benjamin Bergen and Kim Binsted
7	Is Cognitive Linguistics Our Best Phenomenology			93
	of Language? A Philosophical Challenge
	Tim Adamson
8	Icebox Moms and Hockey Dads: Context and 				109
	the Mapping of N-N Metaphorical Expressions
	Carol Lynn Moder
9	On Simile										123
	Michael Israel, Jennifer Riddle Harding, and Vera Tobin
10	Happiness in English and German:						137
	A Metaphorical-pattern Analysis
	Anatol Stefanowitsch
11	Ego-based and Field-based Frames of Reference			151
	in Space to Time Metaphors
	Kevin Ezra Moore
12	Factors Underlying Spatial Particle Distributions in			167
	Japanese and Korean
	Kaori Kabata and Jeong-Hwa Lee
13	Going Getting Tired: ‘Associated Motion’ Through Space		181
	And Time in Lowland Chontal
	Loretta O’Connor
14	A Study of Motion Events in Saisiyat and Cebuano			199
	Michael Tanangkingsing
15	Comparing Elicited Data and Corpora					211
	Dawn Nordquist
16	Covarying Collexemes in the Into-causative				225
	Stefan Th. Gries and Anatol Stefanowitsch
17	Linking Perceptual Properties to Linguistic Expressions		237
	of Causation
	Grace Song and Phillip Wolff
18	Contrastive Analyses, Translation, and Speaker Involvement:	251
	the Case of Puisque and Aangezien
	Liesbeth Degand
19	‘I Can See the Church to my House’:					271
	Directionality in Expressions of Visual Perception in Finnish
	Tuomas Huumo
20	The Grounding of Embedded WH-clauses in Scenes			281
	of Visual Perception
	Christopher Johnson
21	Aspect as a Cue for Represented Perception				297
	Todd McDaniels
22	Aspect in the Making: A Corpus Analysis of English			313
	Aspect-Marking Prepositions
	Sally Rice and John Newman
23	Present and Imperfect for Past Description in Spanish			329
	Narratives: Syntactic, Semantic, and Functional Factors
	Margaret Lubbers-Quesada
24	Clause Structure, Focus, and Topic Types					345
	in Cora (Uto-Aztecan)
	Verónica Vázquez Soto
25	Identity and Perspective: The Jekyll-and-Hyde Effect in		363
	Narrative Discourse
	Barbara Dancygier
26	Inclusive and Exclusive Patterning of the English			377
	First Person Plural: Evidence from Conversation
	Joanne Scheibman
27	Ideophones in Karo								397
	Nilson Gabas Jr. with Johan van der Auwera
28	Isn’t that Fantabulous? How Similarity Motivates				415
	Intentional Morphological Blends in English
	Stefan Th. Gries
29	A Semantic Study of the Classifier Dao					429
	Song Jiang
30	Subjectification and Synchronic Variation:					445
	Two Negation Forms in Kansai Dialect of Japanese
	Kaoru Horie and Emi Kondo
31	Basic Voice Patterns in Tarascan (P’orhepecha)				461
	Fernando Nava and Ricardo Maldonado
32	You Wanna Consider a Constructional Approach			479
	towards Wanna-contraction?
	Hans C. Boas
33	Towards a Symbolic Typology of –ing Nominalizations			493
	Liesbet Heyvaert
34  	The Interaction of Quantification and Identification			507
	In English Determiners
	Kristin Davidse
35	Aspects of the Grammar of Finite Clauses					535
	Ronald W. Langacker

Author Index										579

Index												587

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